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Be Like Water In graphene, electrons move in strange ways. Their unusual and fluid-like behavior was observed by scientists at the National Graphene Institute, leading to a new wave of studies related...

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Facebook’s teen problems may be back, says eMarketer. Teens are leaving Facebook faster than expected, according to a new study from research firm eMarketer. The study estimates that Facebook’s...

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While you're stuck on Earth during today's solar eclipse, NASA jets will be performing a tricky science experiment on the Sun and its closest companion, Mercury. A pair of them will...

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Benefiting Whom, Exactly? The desire for a higher wage is pretty self explanatory. However, the impact a minimum wage increase could have on society is not so clear. In an effort to shed light on this...

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A new study claims to have found a huge expanse of volcanoes lurking beneath the ice in Antarctica. Scientists unearthed a total of 91 previously undiscovered volcanoes — some stretching...

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Researchers at Brigham Young University are taking personality quizzes to the next level. According to a new study, you probably fall under one of four broad types of Facebook users.  47 participants...

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In the Zone Earth’s location in space is perfect: not too close to but not too far from the Sun, it gives our planet the balmy temperature that helps supports life. However, a new study suggests...

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Sleep tracking has moved to the bedroom, with apps, peripherals and wearables that use movement or your device's microphone to figure out when you're sleeping or awake. Those with sleep...

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Late last week, news broke that the US Army had issued a memo asking units to discontinue use of DJI drones while the military investigated potential cyber vulnerabilities. There wasn’t much...

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Hoping for the Tipping Point The Earth is at a critical point in its evolution. When it comes to climate change we seem to be at a point of no return, or at least the point where markers normally signifying...